• Ganesha
     Tom Ayers 389660 REL 2300-641 Mr. R.G. Watts Ganesha the Elephant God Our beliefs determine our thoughts and attitudes about life, which in turn direct our actions. By our actions, we create our destiny. For over 200 years western scholars have struggled to understand Hinduism a faith whose...
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  • Temple Tourism
    sculptures of Lord Brahma and Lord Vishnu with their better halves. There are sculptures of Somaskanda - lord Shiva with his better half, Parvati, and his sons, Skanda and Ganesha are found on the near wall. The central shrine is in the form of a rectangle. It has a magnificent statue of lord Vishnu which...
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  • Report of History Bd
    dynasty, emerged out of this chaos as the ruler, and as mentioned in the Pala copperplate, put an end to the state of lawlessness (matsyanyayam). The Sanskrit term matsyanyayam has special significance. The Kautilya Arthashastra explains the term as follows: when the law of punishment is kept in abeyance...
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    establishing a small idol of lord Ganesha in their homes and by offering prayers daily with their family and friends for 10 days. But during British rule, to encourage the fight for freedom among the people, one of the great Indian freedom fighter-Lokmanya Tilak used Ganesha Festival as a hidden way to...
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  • Lord Ganesh
    Importance of Lord Ganesh in the Hindu Culture There are many gods and goddesses in the Hindu Culture, but they mainly believe in the one universal god who is known as Brahma. Yet, there are many other important figures in their religion such as the widely worshipped deity, Ganesh. He is the son of Lord Shiva...
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  • Aet and Culture of India
    its end product evokes our admiration and respect. This is practically the same as ‘Sanskriti’ of the Sanskrit language. The term ‘Sanskriti’ has been derived from the root ‘Kri (to do) of Sanskrit language. Three words came from this root ‘Kri; prakriti’ (basic matter or condition), ‘Sanskriti’ (refined...
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    their eyes were engrossed…The time has now come to wish these merging souls a life filled with all sorts of happiness…..at the blessing hands of Lord Ganesha. So beautiful is the day, today, when…Pragasen and Shree, enter the blissful world, of holy matrimony…and we are extremely honoured to have you...
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  • Hindu Festivals
    day of Diwali has its own tale, legend and myth to tell. The first day of the festival Naraka Chaturdasi marks the vanquishing of the demon Naraka by Lord Krishna and his wife Satyabhama. Amavasya, the second day of Deepawali, marks the worship of Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth in her most benevolent mood...
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  • Hinduism
    cattle-herders, pastoral people. Their language was an Indo-European tongue (the root language of all our Western languages), which developed into classical Sanskrit, the sacred language of Hinduism. They worshipped primarily a fire god, Agni; a warrior god Indra (from which both the word "India" and "Hindu" are...
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  • Hinduism
    the Hindu religion are Brahma, Vishnu, Ganesha and Shiva. Let us take each one of these Gods in turn. Brahma Brahma is the God that is responsible for the creation of everything. He is the first member of the Hindu Trinity that also includes Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva. Brahma is often depicted as a...
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  • Ganesha
    Ganesha is one of the most popular deities within the Hindu religion. He is the first icon that is placed in any family home because it is believed that he will help with the family's pprosperity and success. Ganesha is "worshipped in millions of households throughout India." People turn to Ganesha...
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  • Shree Shree Baba Lokenath Brahmachari
    different kinds. I rather understand that for the defense of religion Bhagaban Shree Krishna has appeared on earth as is incarnation of Mother Kali, Lord Krishna. But I do not understand how god has descended on the life of a man in each time of his child hood, at youth, at middle age and at old age and...
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  • Hum 105 Divine Roles Group
    |Ankusha this ia a symbol to show that|represents Deaths dominion over the | | |Ganesha will destroy our ignorance, |earth. | | |the remaining left hand holds a ...
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  • Comparison of Hinduism vs Islam
    composes three sounds a-u-m and its threefold nature is central to its meaning. The swastika is used especially in India. Its name comes from the Sanskrit word meaning good fortune, luck and well-being and is used to bring good fortune (in which case the arms are bent clockwise), but it has a variety...
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  • Ganesha Birth
    Ganesha Birth Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the most popular festival. This is the birthday of God Ganesha. It falls on the 4th day of the bright fortnight of Bhadrapada (August-September). It is observed throughout India, as well as by devoted in all parts of the world. Ganpati is the elephant-headed...
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  • How to Tailor of Winning Cv
    effectively i.e. using resources prudently and delivering results. The main purpose of this study is to examine the strategic leadership styles adopted by Lord Krishna in winning the war of Mahabharata between Kaurava and Pandava. In the given paper it will be shown how Krishna has been successful in achieving...
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  • Ganesha Management Guru
    nose encourages curiosity and learning Ganesha is known throughout South Asia as the fountainhead of wisdom and courage. When laying the foundation stone of a building, he is invoked. No new business or industry is started without a prayer to him. Prayers to Ganesha precede every Hindu religious ceremony...
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  • Scolarship
    Pradesh) Kalyani University, Kalyani (West Bengal) Karnataka University, Dharwad (Karnataka) Kota Open University,Kota (Rajasthan) K.S. Darbhanga Sanskrit Vishwavidyalaya, Darbanga (Bihar) Mahatama Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith, Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh) Kerala Agricultural University, Main Campus, Trichur (Kerala)...
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  • Ap World
    Every piece was contributing to rituals and religious. The piece that I like the most was Ganesha the son of Shiva. It had an elephant on the body of a boy. In India, Ganesha is the lord of Shiva’s troops and the lords of beginnings. He practiced secret Buddhist and Hindu rituals passed from master to pupil...
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  • India Art and Culture
    languages are also spoken and understood. The Indo - Aryan languages including Hindi, Rajasthani, Gujarati, Marathi, Bengali, Oriya, Assamese, Sanskrit, Kashmiri, Sindhi and Punjabi cover about three - fourths of EIGHTH GES OF THE ITUTION A India’s population. THE LANGU F THE CONST EO of the The languages...
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